PHI Devotional – Celebrating God's Faithfulness

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“Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.” (2 Corinthians 15:58 KJV).

READ: 1 Chronicle 11:1-3


As a person, will you say you have tried your best in fulfilling the counsel of God to humanity? Moreover, can you say by so doing, you have achieved God’s purpose to humanity? Will you say you are good and justified by your acts and actions in your chosen career?


Brethren do not give up well doing because in no distant time, your good works shall be recompensed in Jesus name. One law consistent in life is the law of divine justice, which says that man will naturally reap whatever he sows. That law is forever true. So whatever you do or wherever you are, ensure that you do good works because eventually your works will become manifest.


While David served King Saul, he put in his best. At that time, his diligent service helped to fortify Saul’s administration. When things went wrong between him and Saul, it appears that his good works had gone up in smokes. When Saul mobilized soldiers that were being paid with tax payers’ money to kill him, it looks as if his selfless service was in vain and as if God’s promises to him would not come to pass. He must have felt discouraged many times. However, at the right time, God fulfilled His promises and the whole Israel agreed he merited the throne. In your capacity put in your best knowing, the record keeper is taking note of all your services to Him and at the right time, He will reward you accordingly. Do not be weary in well doing whenever the opportunity presents itself for your time of reaping is at hand.



l pledge my life to serve You faithfully, oh God, give me the grace to do Your will at all times in Jesus name. Amen.


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